mining companies have exposure to gold prices but operational problems can cause mining stocks to move out of step with bullion prices and some mining companies hedge their future production in
as the difference between gold and silver prices decreases (i.e. the compression of the ratio) history suggests silver prices can make big moves upwards in price. the gold-to-silver ratio compression is now at high levels and may eventually revert to its long-term average which implies a strong movement in prices is imminent for silver.
if a gold mine was a hockey team the forwards would be production piling up ounces like goals on a scoreboard. the costs per ounce are like defencemen: solid predictable hardworking but rarely
in 2018 global gold mining companies’ average all-in sustaining costs (aisc) fell 6% across the board as miners reacted to a gold price in steady decline for most of the year.
in 2018 global gold mining companies’ average all-in sustaining costs (aisc) fell 6% across the board as miners reacted to a gold price in steady decline for most of the year. the aisc metric
mining intelligence a mining.com sister company looked at costs at primary gold mines and ranked them based on aisc. primary gold operations are defined by mining intelligence as “mines where
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